Does ‘Don’t Look Up’ Deserve Its Mixed Reviews? – ScreenHub Entertainment

After being out for a few weeks now, it seems that people are still talking about Adam McKay’s latest film, Don’t Look Up, but perhaps not for all the right reasons. The film, which co-stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence, is a satirical black comedy on the relationship between the scientific community, the government and the social media distracted masses. So why are people so … Continue reading Does ‘Don’t Look Up’ Deserve Its Mixed Reviews? – ScreenHub Entertainment

Guilty Pleasure: The ‘Underworld’ Series Has A Surprising Understanding of History and Mythology – ScreenHub Entertainment

We’re in the cold, desolate month of January, where most movie studios dump their unwanted movies to the big screen. When a film is projected to get poor reviews and potentially cost the studio money, they simply sacrifice it to the altar of January. This may be what Screen Gems thought was in store for their vampire versus werewolf franchise, which has been a January … Continue reading Guilty Pleasure: The ‘Underworld’ Series Has A Surprising Understanding of History and Mythology – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘The Book of Boba Fett: The Streets of Mos Espa’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Towards the end of The Streets of Mos Espa, the third episode of The Book of Boba Fett, I suddenly asked out loud if Robert Rodriguez was the director of this episode. Between the vibrantly coloured swoop bikes, a gang of misfit youth and a cameo from a Danny Trejo, the stars were aligning. Turns out, I was right. But while the episode was much … Continue reading ‘The Book of Boba Fett: The Streets of Mos Espa’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Star Wars The High Republic: The Fallen Star’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

I’ve been quite enjoying The High Republic writing so far but going into the final book of the first phase (titled Light of the Jedi), I wanted to know what the ultimate goal of the villainous Nihil was. Why do we care about them as antagonists? So far, the series has been an impressive multimedia project, spanning everything from comics to young reader novels to … Continue reading ‘Star Wars The High Republic: The Fallen Star’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

ScreenHub’s 20 Most Anticipated Films of 2022 – ScreenHub Entertainment

As we look back on the year in cinema, we must also divert our gaze to the future. With most of the films out now, audiences are always hungry to know what’s next on the horizon, especially after the last two years, which were filled with delays upon delays. 2022 should see a much more stabilized release window (knock on wood) so nothing should change … Continue reading ScreenHub’s 20 Most Anticipated Films of 2022 – ScreenHub Entertainment

The Time Is Right To Adapt ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ To The Big Screen – ScreenHub Entertainment

As HBO Max and its Canadian brother, Crave, kindly reminded us prior to the new year, 2021 marked the 20-year anniversary of the beginning of the Harry Potter franchise in cinema. It was in November 2001 that we were first introduced to Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson as our official Harry, Ron and Hermione; which feels like centuries ago. ‘Blimey’ as Ron would … Continue reading The Time Is Right To Adapt ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ To The Big Screen – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘The Book of Boba Fett: The Tribes of Tatooine’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Now that’s more like it. After a somewhat uneven first episode last week, The Book of Boba Fett seems much more confident with its second offering, titled The Tribes of Tatooine. It’s still not quite there in terms of being on-par with the quality given to us from The Mandalorian overall, but this episode had an interesting setup in the present day while offering a … Continue reading ‘The Book of Boba Fett: The Tribes of Tatooine’ Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

The ‘HALO’ TV Series: What We Want and Don’t Want – ScreenHub Entertainment

As we know too well, adapting video game material to the big screen is a risky gamble. Many producers and directors believed that the source material was heavy enough from a narrative perspective to make their work entertaining and profitable, which was not always the case. Numerous have tried and brutally failed before. We can only think of the first Final Fantasy movie, that remains … Continue reading The ‘HALO’ TV Series: What We Want and Don’t Want – ScreenHub Entertainment

2021 Reviewed: The Best and Worst, According To Our Writers – ScreenHub Entertainment

We finally got to see a decent amount of movies this year and as such, wanted to try something new. Sean usually does his top ten of the year list (linked below), but we wanted to see what some of the other writers on the team thought of 2021 not only with film, but with television, both the hits and the misses. So let’s break … Continue reading 2021 Reviewed: The Best and Worst, According To Our Writers – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘The Book of Boba Fett’: Stranger In A Strange Land Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

It’s been just over a year since The Mandalorian’s second season premiered and we’ve certainly been itching for some more Star Wars goodness. The finale of that season was huge and full of iconic moments, which maybe set some expectations for the tone and scope of Lucasfilm’s second live-action television series. But The Book of Boba Fett defies expectations and offers an almost silent premiere … Continue reading ‘The Book of Boba Fett’: Stranger In A Strange Land Spoiler Review – ScreenHub Entertainment